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>> she's being paid 30 bucks an hour. >> so we're in the wrong business. all leaving to stand in line. >> stand in line. >> how about the cheap forecast. >> that's free. >> it's free. >> i could charge you money to listen, i suppose. >> you absolutely should charge aaron. no doubt about that. >> i would charge you for the nice weather. that's for sure. we're going to see a warmup again this afternoon. wait until tomorrow. we'll cool back down. temperatures as you're about to walk back outside in the 50s. not as cool this morning. i think a lot of you could get away with no jacket. 47 manassas. 56 gaithersburg. near 60 in clinton. quantico. we have mild temperatures on the map. we're dry right now. we have showers in the forecast later today. not a lot. even into your weekweekend. look at the numbers. by lunchtime, on the drier si
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degrees. chance of a few showers. we stay mild once the sun goes down. take a look at the weekend forecast coming up. let's check the roads on the finally friday, melissa. >> southbound bw parkway at powder mill road. still the crash hang around. that happened about ten minutes ago. we're going to keep an eye on that. inner loop, local lanes of the woodrow wilson bridge. one lane getting by the crash. you can see the delays start to go build this morning. this is a live picture right now. inner loop with just the one lane getting by on the local lanes. as far as your travel times, 270 southbound is looking good top of the beltway. no major problems on the outer or the inner loop. 66 inbound and 95 northbound rolling along just fine. remember to listen to wtop 103 fm when you hop in your car. prince george's county police say that more than one man was involved in setting a pregnant woman on fire. >> jonathan miller was
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yesterday. andrea grinage was forced to deliver her baby early because of the september attack. in an interview you'll only see on news 4, her sister is reacting to the new arrest and telling us how the baby is doing. justin finch is live in prince george's county with more now. justin, good morning. >> reporter: eun, good morning. andrea's family says she's still in critical condition. burns covering most of her body. that second arrest, they tell shomari stone that it sent her emotions all over the place. she couldn't believe someone could do this to another human being. the long list of charges include attempted murder. she's accused of helping her ex-boyfriend, la quinn phillips set her on fire at her apartment in capital heights. as she was pregnant with phillips' child. e
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baby three months early, premature. that condition complicated the birth of that child. >> she's still suffering. she suffers day-to-day with burns all over her body. >> it hurts to know that three chirp are out here without a mom. >> the grinage family says that andrea has a lot to fight for. she's a mother of three children. eun, aaron. >> we know that andrea grinage identified miller as the second person in the apartment. what else did she tell investigators? >> reporter: she identified him based on a photograph. she hadn't seen him much. but the most chilling thing we saw in the charging documents is she saw him in her home helping to ignite the fire that burned her so badly and nearly cost her, her life. a chilling detail about jonathan miller that
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authorities. i'm live in cheverly, justin finch. police are trying to figure out who murdered gray. gray was shot to death. her body found in a wooded area behind an apartment complex in oxon hill. a $25,000 reward is offered that leads to an arrest on the person who killed her. now to the terror attack in manhattan. people in the tribeca neighborhood are determined to carry on with their lives and not let the terrorists win. last night mourners gathered for a candlelight vigil and memorial to honor the victims of tuesday's attack. the march started at pier 40 on manhattan's west side. that is where the suspect started the attack. his deadly drive continued for nearly a mile. 12 people were also seriously hurt during the attack. turning now to the
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saipov. they're analyzing his cell phones and computers. investigators have found no communication between the suspect and any terror group. but they're still looking. isis claimed responsibility but did not provide any evidence of communication with say above. the suspect chose halloween because he believed there would be more people out. the bike path is being fortified with 50 concrete barriers ziefrpts let's go to chris lawrence at the live desk. president trump is about to go to asia. >> president trump clearly wants china do more to contain north korea and kim jong un's regime will get a read on the cooperation there. spee sight the -- china has been a big help behind the scenes. in fact, he says the u.s. is working more closely than ever on the north korea problem. the president leaves for hawaii
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japan to start the longest trip by any u.s. president in more than 25 years. president trump has meetings with liters in soorm, the philippines, china, satisfies. announcing his support for vladimir putin. alex ovechkin posted support for him. it partially says, let's unite and show everybody a strong and united structure. i want to though strong support. obi is from there russia and has a strong relationship with putin but he doesn't eeshl talk about. >> this morning one victim. a fire tore through a garage and tore through this home. firefighters had trouble putting out the fire because there are no hydrants in the area. today, carlos bell will be back in court in charles county. he's the former dl
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charges of sexually assaulting children. the allegations cover two years ending this past june. bell's alleged victims include children from benjamin stoddard middle school. he's scheduled to be in u.s. district court on monday to face new federal charges. new information now on that grade fixing scandal in prince george's county. news 4 learned that an independent investigation has been turned over to the state. earlier this week, we told you about a whistle blower at one of the county's high schools who said the investigation was tainted. that person claimed students' records were changed after the grade tampering investigation started. >> if you passed by, the lines like this one are all because of the iphone x. you're looking a look at this one. some people came in the ach. that's because the company has you know you're going to see the lines everywhere and that
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see it here too. >> megan mcgrath outside the georgetown apple store right now with more on the iphone frenzy. some people have been sitting out there since yesterday? >> yeah. actually the person at the front of the line has been here since 2:00 on thur. the line ending at the apple people are camped out here along wisconsin avenue. the line turns around the corner and goes down into the alley. people are prepared. they've got sleeping bags and pillows and chairs. they have their laptops. they're enjoying themselves while they wait until they open. this all exists to get the latest and the greatest iphone x which are in short supply. i'm journd joined by monty monaco. among the many out here on the street. you've been here today what is it about this phone that makes you willing to wait in line? >> it's
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i'm excited to get one in my hand very soon. >> new features, recognition. better selfie mode for the camera. >> what's your favorite piece? >> the big screen. i'm excited to have an iphone that's all screen. >> reporter: we're going to come back live. i've been doing these stories for a number of years. monty, you've seen this before in other rollouts. how does this compare? >> it's a little smaller. but i think the crowd is more anxious waiting in line. >> monty and i were talking earlier because this -- >> that's a lot of money. >> some people don't like it because it's not big nef. they have the super big ones and go back to foaler sizes. >> megan, you're telling people -- some people are getting paid to wait in line. monty is doing it for
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others are getting paid. >> reporter: yeah. if you look at the head of the line there, you've got a person who is there as -- it's basically a business venture. she's been sitting in line since 2:00 yesterday afternoon. she's paid to wait in line. 30 bucks an hour. store opens at 8:00. whoever her lient is, which she's buying the phone for, they'll be paying an extra 500 bucks all told by the time she gets in there and buys it. >> hope it's worth it. >> i can't wrap my head around putting that much money. thank you, megan mcgrath. we're talking about working for you in the community and a terrific organization that helped a lot of heme when traeg toying topping get in the workforce. a little hand -- a little leg up i guess you could say. >> reporter: absolutely. this is the pop-up shop here at the pepco, edison gallery. i'm checking out some of the
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that's this. vintage burr berry. right here. this coat very nice. gently used designer items, both, prad it shoeprada shoes. for everybody to come out and shelf your marry. for women who want to get back to work. we'll meet one of those women who this changed her life. that's coming up. >> she's helped so many people get back on their feet. hoe pet. it's 11 minutes after 6:00 now. the sex scandal involving kevin spacey continues to grow. who is now chaiming the actor assaulted him. sniefrnlts sniefrnlts. more money to pay even if you don't ride the rails. if you're walking to work
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afternoon temperatures will be way up into the 730s yet again. perfect day for high school football. wooten out in damascus. could have a stray shower but they'll be playing football in
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people ask you, how can ayou possibly do this?e, and we say, how can we not? if these kids go through what they go through, we can support them. dr. ralph northam has been our volunteer medical director for the last eighteen years. he's made such a difference in so many families' lives. ralph northam: these kids have given me more than i could ever give them. and i wanna make sure that every family in virginia can afford good healthcare when they need it.
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nobody gets shot. start with the knife. come on man do the smart thing. >> that's the emotional dashcam footage from a milwaukee police chase. brown had his 2-year-old daughter with him in the car. other officers surrounded the car on a state highway. then they noticed that brown had a knife to his
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throat. threatening to hurt her if police didn't leave. >> the police pleaded with him. brown handed his crying daughter over to an officer. he then slit his own throat apparently. he did survive. brown is facing 14 charges, including kidnapping, confinement and battery. >> he could face decades in prison. the baby is okay. a volunteer who attended american university has died abroad. hanna huntley was from camp lejeune, north carolina. the acting peace corps director. she teu toward students during her time in d.c. new accusers are accusing kevin spacey of inappropriate behavior. a production assistant told cnn that spacey touched them inappropriately while giving them a ride to the set in
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others say he created a toxic work environment and that his behavior was predatory. last week another actor said spacey assaulted him back in the '830s. netflix suspended production of its political drama while it deals with the scandal. >> nbc4. we're committing to shining a light on the issue of domestic violence. we're not alone in this fight. the knockout abuse organization has helped thousands of families and escaping abuse. that's sara o'keefe and alyssa davidson. it's raised more than $9 million. it does incredible work partnering with great organizations throughout the region. the anchor fund and trying to raise awareness and raise money to help families in need. >> tremendous organization. there's another organization that we're trying to shine a light on this morning that's helping get women suited up for
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name. molette green is there with a pop-up shop with a lot of great items there. molette? >> reporter: a lot of great items. to my surprise, very nice stuff. we all like to go shopping. this is your chance to do it for a good cause. this is the second day of a pop-up here in downtown d.c. i've got two great handbags. i'll hand one over to kate dean, the executive director of suited for change. and la joy a green who is a recipient. la joy green, a recipient. a client of the great work you do here. second day of the pop-up to raise money to provide the services that you do. >> suited for change is a 25-year-old organization here in d.c. we help women get back to work by giving them professional clothes. to help us out, you can come to the pop-up at pepco today until 7:00 p.m. and shop for a cause. >> i mean, some great stuff here. i want
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son here. the cutest thing ever. >> tell me how suited for change has impacted your life. this great outfit is one example, right? >> yes, ma'am. i was attending college for hospitality training. i needed clothe for an interview that i was short of. i went to suited for change and they treated me so well. made me feel welcome. i felt at home. they treated me like i belonged there. >> that's what it's all about. you can have everything that you need. you can have the education, you have changed your life. but you just need that outfit to go grab that great interview and get that job. >> and it got the job. i work at d.c. hyatt. >> you got a job. >> yes. >> molette green. thank you very much. this is a great event today. for everybody who likes to shop. us girls, we love it. >> we got the handbag and the
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designer things. jeph gently used. here today the at the edison gallery. shop for a a cause. back to you guys. >> we hear the phrase. clothes make the man. they make the woman too. it's the confidence builder. you can feel good about how you look and feel. >> i love the success stories. >> molette, thank you so much. >> this weekend. daylight saving time will end on sunday morning. that means we'll get an extra hour of sleep. don't forget to set your clocks back one hour on saturday night. if you have a clock that need to be set by hand. >> the phone does it by itself. but i need multiple alarms to wake me up. >> and microwaves. >> the thing you need to do, check your smoke detector. you should ha
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floor and the if your detector is more than ten years old, replace it. there are a lot of local fire departments that will replace it for you if you can't afford one yourself. >> you know there's always going to be a few people that show up at church early because they forgot. >> it happens. and the sun will be setting early too. you go to work because it will be pitch black outside. >> your commute this morning, we're dry but not as cool. you might be able to get away with no jacket. temperatures near 80 degrees if you're exercising. almost 60 degrees in the district. 46 manassas. 50 in leesburg right now. we are dry. sprinkles trying to make their way towards winchester. that's about it right now. we're watching the rain off to the west. chance of showers late today and into part of your weekend. if you're walking the dog today, this is shand i available at the humane rescue l
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her. by noon, 73. 5:00 p.m., temperatures in the mid-70s. future weather, more clouds and warm. 60. we have a few isolated showers possible. tomorrow will be dry and warming. through the afternoon, a chance of a few isolate showers as well. the weekend forecast, temperatures much cooler. early sunday there's a chance again. vrs in the low 730s. there's a big drop from today into tomorrow. feelings 730s. normal high, 63 degrees. we're much up and down. tuesday, back in the 50s. closer looks trendy. let's check the road with melissa mollet. >> pretty good backups on bw parkway. powder mill road, we have the crash and those delays as you head southbound. 95, a good automatic nat through that
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way soon. woodrow wilson bridge, looks like we have that reopened. i'm looking at the camera. things look like they're loosening up this morning. southbound 295 before east capitol. disabled vehicle in the left lane. >> you may not use metro but you may have to pay for it. why the agency says it needs more money and how much it could cost you. >> you could stop your shopping when oprah weighs in. >> a look at
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independent press says they're false. fear mongering. absurd. ralph northam went to vmi and was an army doctor for eight years. in richmond, dr. northam helped pass longer sentences for gang members and mandatory life sentences for violent sexual predators. ralph northam: i'm ralph northam, candidate for governor, and i sponsored this ad because i'm a pediatrician, and for ed gillespie to say i would tolerate anyone hurting a child is despicable. mark herring: my mom to provide for our family. at one point, she got fired for of all things -- getting married. that was a lifelong lesson for me:
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and do something. and i've never forgotten that as your attorney general. whether it's protecting veterans and seniors from shady debt collectors, or cracking down on gangs and drug traffickers, i have one guiding principle: do what's right for people. i'm mark herring, candidate for attorney general, and i sponsored this ad. 6:26 now. should you pay for more metro if you don't use the system? >> millions more in fund to go balance the books. earlier this week we told you the general manager's budget doesn't include fare hikes or service cuts but it does need 165 million more dollars from local jurisdictions in a way because it comes in local revenues, metro is
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system or not. >> i don't know about the extra money going into metro. but you want to see the performance first. >> exactly. i want to see where it goes to first. >> there's always money for the government. pl plus, if it helps metro, they could lower fares. >> metro says it's to help it not fall deeper into disrepair. before you know it, christmas will be here. >> no. >> yes it will. >> the weather doesn't feel like it. >> we'll be well up into the 70s. driving into schwartzvilcharlot georgia tech coming in. iowa state game, a little on the rainy side with temperatures around 63.
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people ask you, how can ayou possibly do this?e, and we say, how can we not? if these kids go through what they go through, we can support them. dr. ralph northam has been our volunteer medical director for the last eighteen years. he's made such a difference in so many families' lives. ralph northam: these kids have given me more than i could ever give them. and i wanna make sure that every family in virginia can afford good healthcare when they need it.
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6:30 the time right now. good morning, i'm aaron gilchrist. i'm eun yang. our team is working for you on this friday morning. we're excited about this weather, chuck. nice and warm. it is nice and warm. temperatures closing in on 630 degrees. keeping in mind that an average high temperature is only 63. we're already nearly there. 358 in washington. 50 leesburg. 55 in winchester. another fantastic day to be outside. every pit as warm as yesterday. today a 30% chance of a stray shower or two. about 4:00 this afternoon and 10:00 tonight. mid to upper 70s today. tomorrow way cooler. highs tomorrow in the 50s with a lot of clouds around. perfect day to watch college football. yes indeed. nice and warm the big game tomorrow. boomer sooner to stillwater. nearly 80 degrees in flyover. how about traffic on a friday morning. >> three-mile backup southbound bw parkway at
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the best alternate if you're headed out. through the beltsville area. you want to take 95 here. it could take a little time to get it completely cleared. speaking of clearing things, this is a lot better. bottom of the beltway of the woodrow wilson bridge. local lanes had that crash finally looking better. northbound 295. out of district. we have a crash in the left lane at inbound suitland parkway before silver hill or between there and branch. left side blocked by a crash there. travel times coming up. >> looking forward to it. >> melissa thank you. >> prince george's county police say more than one man was involved in setting a pregnant woman on fire. jonathan miller was arrested yesterday. police say andrea grinage identified miller as the man who helped her boyfriend set her on fire. she's still in critical condition. people who live in a
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neighborhood are determined to go on with their lives. they had a memorial march to honor the eight people who died in tuesday's attack. the suspect, saipov, did not have any communications with terror groups. people are lining up across the country for the new iphone x. look at the lines. sths georgetown. megan mcgrath will be live outside of the apple store with a look at the hype behind the company's most expensive phone yet. 6:33 as we turn to decision 2017. the virginia governor's race not the only one being watched nationally right now. also in the spotlight, a house of delegates race that tips one of the most conservative members of the general assembly. it's the way republicans are referring to her gender that's upsetting some democrats. danica rome is running against bob marshall to house district 13. marshall's campaign sent out this mailer paid for by
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republican party. it refers to rome as a man. >> when delegate marshall realized that he cannot win on public policy issues on traffic, jobs, schools and health care, he referred to the trash. >> the roob party of virginia defends the flier. its director says in part, quote the mailers do not attack danica's gender eye debit. delegate marshall turned down our request to interview him about the mailer. >> we'll have complete coverage and analysis about the race along with virginia governor's race on air and in the nbc washington app. >> 6:34 is the time. a survivor in the deadly workplace shooting in edgewood, maryland thought the suspected shooter was his friend. enoch sosa left a baltimore hospital and could not wait to see his children. they asked him about the suspect. >> i thought we
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>> sosa faces rehabilitation and a long recovery. he was one of five people shot last month at advanced graphic solutions. listen to one of the 911 calls for help. >> are you out of danger? >> running away from it. >> somebody was shot and i'm calling for them. >> police arrested the accused gunman in delaware after he shot another person there. that victim survived. >> incidents are on the rise. according to the anti-defamation league. there were 23 incidents of harassment or vandalism in maryland. 22 incidents in virginia. so far this year, there have been 82 reported anti-semitic incidents across the area. compare that to 22 in 2016. coming up on 6:36.
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restaurant. not in a high school lunch line. the marinated chicken topped with fresh veggies and yogurt was the brainchild of a group of high schoolers in lake braddock. they've worked on it for ten months and won the countywide contest to have their food featured. the students wanted to create a tasty meal cost effective and didn't have a lot of calories. >> we had to cut down and calculate how much sodium, how much, like chicken, how many ounces of yogurt. we had to like basically like a mathematical equation. we had to calculate everything. >> it looks good. >> creating healthy meals. >> today is the last day to have the meal on the menu. >> if you're loogiking to start your holiday shopping early, let oprah help. >> if you sleep with a senatorer, i don't want to throw anybody under the bus. when
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person's head a little bit. >> hot sauce -- or how about a gratitude jar for the family. it has 365 cards and every day you can write a note about what you're grateful for. you can find it -- >> that's a wonderful idea. >> i'm laughing because aaron made a -- >> i rolled my eyes. gratitude jar. thank you for being -- >> it's a wonderful thing. >> you know how much i appreciate you. >> she is in d.c. this morning. molette, people plans include cleaning out the closets this weekend, you have a place for them, right? >> absolutely. this is where your gently used nice things could help out for a good cause. items li a
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pulitzer, kate spade. this is the pop-up shop. all for a great cause. we'll tell you why this year is so much more special than any other for this organization that helps women in need. coming up. also ahead, a website that a lot of people use to book vacations. this morning, we're learning about a strong warning and trip advisor d i'm danica roem. about a strong warning and trip for more than nine years, i covered a beat: my lifelong home of prince william county. as the lead reporter for the gainesville times, i wrote more than two thousand five hundred news stories, vetting facts, and holding politicians' feet to the fire. and when dominion wouldn't tell us who owned the haymarket data center, i didn't stop until the truth came out. now i'm running for delegate to bring a reporter's eye to richmond. i'm danica roem. it's time richmond answered to us. mark herring: my mom to provide for our family. at one point, she got fired for of all things --
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that was a lifelong lesson for me: when people are hurt, you need to stand up and do something. and i've never forgotten that as your attorney general. whether it's protecting veterans and seniors from shady debt collectors, or cracking down on gangs and drug traffickers, i have one guiding principle: do what's right for people. i'm mark herring, candidate for attorney general, and i sponsored this ad.
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ssibly do this? and we say, how can we not? if these kids go through what they go through, we can support them. dr. ralph northam has been our volunteer medical director for the last eighteen years. he's made such a difference in so many families' lives. ralph northam: these kids have given me more than i could ever give them. and i wanna make sure that every family in virginia can afford good healthcare when they need it.
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6:41 now. there may be a need to rethink travel review websites that you use to book trips. a new investigation found that they may not be so reliable. >> the milwaukee journal sentinel reports that more than a dozen travelers say their negative reviews were taken down from trip advisor.
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rape in mexico. >> i think it's borderline criminal what they're doing. >> earlier this week, trip advisor apologized. it used to require reviews to be family friendly. the former guidelines went too far. it is his way of communicating with the world. but for a while, president trump was without his twitter account. what caused the page to be taken down? >> we have dry roads as you head out the door for your friday morning commute. later on this afternoon, the more clouds move in, temperatures very warm. maybe a couple showers. good morning, melissa. >> good morng. in
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ralcandidate for'm governor,rtham, and i sponsored this ad. narrator: they call him enron ed. because washington, dc lobbyist ed gillespie represented the worst of the worst. lenders trying to keep student loan rates high. corporations sending jobs overseas. and of course the enron scandal. now, enron ed is lobbying for donald trump's agenda. like cuts to virginia school funding, and taking away healthcare from thousands of virginians. enron ed gillespie. he's not lobbying for you.
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15 before the hour right now. this morning, prince george's county police say more than one man was involved in setting a pregnant woman on fire. >> jonathan miller was arrested yesterday. in an interview only on news 4, her sister is reactsing to the new arrest and telling us how the baby is doing. news 4's justin finch has more on her
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justin? >> reporter: good morning. andrea grinage remains in critical condition. her family says she has an uphill bat tol fight. her sister tells us she is hurt once more since learning a second man was accused. that second suspect is jonathan miller. he's facing a list of charges including attempted murder and conspiracy to create an arson here. prosecutors claim that he helped grinage's ex-boyfriend la quinn phillips set her on fire inside her capital heights home. grinage was several months preg nabt. police say with philips' baby. those two men deserve a full punishment grinage's sister says. >> i think these two gentlemen shouldn't see the light of day. i think what they did to my sister, i think, i mean, right now, my whole inning is justice for
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for her and my niece. >> reporter: prosecutors say that grinage was able to identify miller based upon a photograph. back to you. >> justin finch live for us, thank you. also this morning, police are trying to figure out who murdered a keymiya gray after her body was found. gray was shot to death. her body was found in a wooded area behind an apartment complex on veal drive in oxon hill. a $25,000 reward is offered for the person who killed her. people who live in the tribeca neighborhood are determined to carry on with their lives and not let the terrorists win. last night mourners gathered for a candlelight vigil and memorial march to honor the victims killed in the attack. it started on pier 40. that is where the suspect started the attack. his deadly drive continued for nearly a mile. about 100 people walked on
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promenade next to the route. 12 people were also seriously hurt during the attack. now to the suspect, sayfullo saipov. the task force is analyzing his cell phone and computers. there's been no communication between the suspect and any terror groups. but they're still looking. isis claimed responsibility but did not provide evidence of communication. he chose halloween because he believed there would be more people out. the bike path is open but it's fortified with 50 concrete barriers. chris lawrence at the live desk with information about president trump's upcoming trip abro abroad. >> he could meet with vladimir putin. moscow is not ruling it out. >> this morning, the president leaves for hawaii and then it's on to japan for the first part of his 12-day trip to asia. the big issue on the
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north korea's nuclear and missile program. a senior u.s. official says behind the scene, china has been a big help in that area. it's pretty clear the president wants them to do more. you can bet the north koreans will be listening closely to what's said on this trip to get a read on how receptive china can be. >> it's 6:49. new information on this grade fixing scandal in prince george's county. news 4 learned that an investigation has been turned over to the state. earlier this week, we told you about a whistle blower who said the investigation was tainted. that person claims student records were changed after the grade tampering investigation started. pass by an apple store, may see a lot of people in line for the new iphone x. there are lines in los angeles, chicago, philadelphia, here and d.c. as well. cap pd out overnight to get their hands on the most expensive iphone yet. the phone goes on sale in stores a couplef
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>> must be really good phones. people waited in the middle of day from yesterday. >> doesn't matterment apple's name is on it. >> megan mcgrath is in georgetown with a look at what people are doing. >> hey, megan. >> reporter: the first person in line here has been here since 2:00 in the afternoon on thursday. look at this line. you can see it starts at the front door of the apple store. goes along the sidewalk on wisconsin avenue and actually turns the corner and goes down the alley a little way. just a few minutes ago, some of the employees at the apple store came out. they've got a cart full of frappuccinos and coffee drinks. people have been here through the night. it's been a long night. a little chilly i'm told. well worth it. they're dying to get their hands on the new iphone x. they think the new features, face recognition, the larger screen, the portrait mode that should make selfies better. they say's
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in line overnight. they also say, guys, it's worth the price tag. it's the most expensive iphone ever. thousands bucks. >> the line has grown since megan started there this morning. i think people are getting starbucks delivered to them. >> smart, too. >> megan, thanks a lot. i can't imagine. don't want anything that badly. >> 6:51 right now. want to get you up to speed on the morning commute. >> melissa mollet on the traffic. >> good morning, guys. we have delays. want to mention the closure on derby shir way in accokeek. a fatal crash that happened this morning. that's affecting some people in the neighborhood there. southbound bw parkway at powder mill road. still that crash and a three-mile backup. inner loop of the woodrow wilson bridge looking better than it was. outer loop is fine as well. had the earlier partial closure. northbound 295 at benning road. crash in the left lane. 66 and 95 in virginia.
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no major problems now. a crash reported there. >> as far as travel times. 270 looking okay. south of the bell way outer loop. normal slowdowns there. 66 inbound. 935 north as i mentioned. looking good. remember to listen to wtop 103.5 fm. >> good morning melissa. happy friday. 58 degrees now just before 7:00 a.m. with a light south wind and a mainly clear sky out there. really mild start will lead to another super warm afternoon just like yesterday. temperatures now upper 50s around town. even mid 50s in the shenandoah valley first thing on the way out the door. planning out your friday, plan on a big-time warmup. temperatures into the mid-70s today. after 3:00 or 4:00, up to 8:00, 9:00, 10:00 tonight, could be a passing shower or two. looks impressive now. as the front moves over the
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out. future weather, chance of a few showers. once we get towards 3:00, 4:00, 5:00 p.m., the risk of showers passing through. won't be a lot of rain. if you're going to the high school football games, a scattered shower or two. nothing that will wash out your plans. sunny and warm with an isolated shower. tomorrow, way cooler. highs in the 50s tomorrow. cloudy skies throughout the day and another chance for some showery weather coming up second half the saturday. across the bay, 10k is sunday morning. out to annapolis, it will be cloudy and damp. temperatures in the 50s. sunday morning at the national mall, doug kammerer will be there for the longevity 5k. you may want to take part in that as well. stay with the weather with the nbc washington app. find me at twitter ininstagram with cash 4 you. monday, 74 and then chilly 50s and rain chances for the middle
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>> thank you, chuck. a lot of people in our area need a little extra help to get a leg up when they're trying to re-enter the workforce. >> suited for change. molette is in downtown d.c. with a special event happening right now. molette? >> reporter: all right. it's all about shopping for a good cause. finding a success story among these designer handbags. one of the many success stories is la joy green. she already has a job thanks in part to suited for change and shopping for more outfits to go to her new job here in d.c. we're going to talk about suited for change and the special year this is for this nonprofit. the executive director is here. talk about this. this is a fundraiser, basically. >> absolutely. it's our 25th year. we're going to be here all day. everything is 25% off in honor of our 25th
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money like joy back to work. >> how do people help out? >> they can follow us on social media and go to our website. >> bring their gently used beautiful clothing. >> absolutely. drop them off at our offices. >> this is for people to come and buy things today. you buy prefegs al clothing or outfits. more professional donations that is. to women trying to get back to work. >> right. >> we only need your professi professional clothes. today, you can find all varieties of things we don't put on clients. >> i want to bring in debbie jarvis opening up this beautiful gallery to help out in this cause. >> absolutely. pepco, dedicated to the nonprofit community to help out. we're so elated to be helping out women and this wonderful cause. suited for change, one of our partners. >> we're going to do that in
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you can come on down from 10:00 to 7:00 today and shop. shop really nice things. designer things until 7:00 p.m. today here at the pepco edison gallery in downtown d.c. now back to you guys. >> awesome event, awesome cause, molette. here are four things to know this morning. prince george's county police say more than one man was involved in setting -- andrea grinage's sister was -- >> federal investigators say new york terror suspect saipov did not -- claimed responsibility but did not provide evidence of communication with saipov. more on this coming up on the "today" show. >> president trump will leave late they are morning for his first trip to asia as president. he'll visit five countries over the span of ten days. north korea and trade are likely to be big topics. the "today" show will preview that trip next. it may be too l
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look at the line outside of the georgetown apple store this morning. it's been growing all morning long. that's all you need to know. follow on twitter. it will take days. >> send the kids to georgetown. wishing money to buy a phone. >> getting paid to stand in line too. >> i got to go, by the way. that's the broadcast this morning. thanks for waking up with us. >> the "today" show is next. we'll be back in 25 minutes. >> make ia great friday t
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